Copy of Doin' Too Much?

Do you wake up in the morning already tired thinking about all the things you have to do before you can climb back into the comfort of your bed? You may have too much on your plate. Some of us don’t know how to say “No” to the requests of others and we just take on responsibilities that were never ours to assume. In the process, we block other people’s blessings. Not only that, but we may stunt their growth by not giving them the opportunity to find out how much they’re capable of because we’re forever running to the rescue. When I was young (and I’m about to seriously date myself here), there was a cartoon with an adorable caped crusader named Mighty Mouse. His theme song was, “H

No Matter the Phase

We all go through phases in life. Can you remember your early teen phase when you thought your legs were too long for your body, and your hair had a mind of its own, and your skin was prone to breakouts every time someone you liked would look in your direction? What an awkward phase that was, but you got through it. Then your body developed and the stares and catcalls began. You weren’t sure if you should be flattered or insulted half the time. Old men stared and made the most unpleasant noises; the good looking young men whose attention you wanted seemed indifferent. Eventually, you became more comfortable in your own skin and your self-esteem grew. Perhaps you went off to college

Are You Filling Your Cup?

I have some precious friends who love coffee. I think if they were to get sick and require a transfusion, their blood type would be part blood and mostly caffeine. They no sooner finish one cup and they’re refilling it, all day long. I’ve never been a coffee drinker; I prefer tea, but I can go weeks without a cup. When I was much younger, I lived on Coke. I could drink it for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and in between. As I’ve aged, I need my sleep so water has become my beverage of choice. I’ve come to realize that our bodies are comprised of 80% water so it’s important to ensure we stay hydrated. Half the time when I think I’m hungry, I’m actually thirsty. Not drinking enough water

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